Share the vegan baking love

Vegan Baking Day

October 1st

Why Vegan Baking Day?

It's about time we celebrated how much progress has been made in the world of vegan baking! In just a few short decades vegan baked goods have gotten to the point of where they can now rival and frequently exceed their traditionally made counterparts in quality. This hard work has also resulted in the availability of vegan baked goods in almost every major city in the world. This is cause for celebration! So why don't we rejoice by sharing our favorite vegan baked items with everyone, wherever we are, on October 1st? Everyone wins!

How Does it Work?

It's simple! Bake up your favorite vegan eats and share them at work, band practice, school, the bus stop, jury duty, the car wash; wherever you find yourself going on the 1st of October. I guarantee whoever you're around will go nuts because who doesn't love baked delicious goodness? You'll also be promoting vegan baking because once people get wind of the fact that these eats are vegan, there's a good chance they'll be impressed, inspired, or at least happy that they happened to be around to get a free snack. So what are you waiting for? Host your own Vegan Baking Day!

Don't forget to share your Vegan Baking Day adventures on social media with the hashtag #veganbakingday

Find Vegan Baking Recipes

This is specially baked version of Google Custom Search that includes several vegan baking friendly blogs and websites in recipe searches so you can get to the goods as easily as possible. Want your food blog or other website's URL included in this search? Contact us and let us know!

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Vegan Baking Tips

Here's a Tip!Keep a pen and paper handy so you can write down what you need if you're getting low. You may also want to write down a trick you just learned so you don't forget it in the future.

Here's a Tip!Rolling pins come in two distinct types: A Rod which is a one-piece cylindrical piece of wood that's tapered on the ends. Rods are popular in French and East Asian kitchens. Rods have more maneuverability but less leverage for flattening dough. A Roller is a cylindrical piece of wood that is the same thickness throughout it's length. It has handles on each side that go through the length of the cylindrical piece of wood. Rollers are popular in western kitchens and they offer slightly more leverage for flattening dough but less control.

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